Perfect Passages: ‘The Soldier’s Wife’ by Margaret Leroy

Perfect Passages: 'The Soldier's Wife' by Margaret Leroy‘I learned in that moment that there are different darknesses. That there is ordinary darkness, like the night in the countryside, where, even on a night with no moon, as you stare things loom, take form; and there is another darkness, a darkness so profound you cannot begin to imagine it, cannot conjure it up in your mind. A darkness that blots out all you remember or hope for. A darkness that teaches that all that consoles you is false.’

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